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Annie Schaeffer

Annie Schaeffer was the first post-mistress in Humboldt, Saskatchewan. Her father was Godfried Schaeffer and she operated the post office out of his store located on Ninth Street and Seventh Avenue.

A.P. Smith

A formal studio portrait of A.P. Smith, seated by a table with a vase of flowers on it

Columbia Studio, Vancouver, B.C

Biggar Photograph Collection

  • BPC
  • Collection
  • 1900-?

Collection contains photos and postcards reflecting Biggar and District.

Bruce R. Schnell - Portrait

Head and shoulders image of Bruce R. Schnell, Assistant Professor, College of Pharmacy.

Bio/Historical Note: Bruce Robert Schnell was born in 1937 in Maymont, Saskatchewan, in 1937. A 1960 University of Saskatchewan pharmacy graduate, he later earned a MBA degree at the University of Toronto and a PhD from the University of Wisconsin. He joined the faculty of the College of Pharmacy in 1966, became dean in 1976, and vice-president (academic) of the University in 1982. He was responsible for the establishment of the Master Teacher Award program and was intimately involved in the academic reorganization resulting in the creation of the current College of Pharmacy and Nutrition. Named professor emeritus in 1994, he subsequently served as the first executive director of The Canadian Council for Accreditation of Pharmacy Programs and developed the first accreditation standards for academic pharmacy in Canada. He is a Fellow of the Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists. Dr. Schnell directed two national research projects that significantly influenced hospital pharmacy standards and practice in Canada and abroad -- the Study of the Unit-Dose System of Drug Distribution in Canada and the Development of a Canadian Hospital Pharmacy Workload Measurement System. He was a member of the Medical Research Council of Canada, associate editor of the Canadian Journal of Hospital Pharmacy and, for 28 years, chaired the editorial advisory panel of the Canadian Compendium of Pharmaceuticals and Specialties (CPS), the primary source of pharmaceutical product information for health professionals in Canada. He was chair of the Formulary Committee of the Saskatchewan Prescription Drug Plan for 17 years. In 2014 Dr. Schnell authored Pharmacy: An Art, a Science, a Profession - Reflections on 100 Years of Pharmacy Education in Saskatchewan. He was awarded an Honourary Doctor of Laws degree by the U of S in 2015.

Bruce R. Schnell - Portrait

Head and shoulders image of Bruce R. Schnell, Associate Professor, College of Pharmacy.

Bio/Historical Note: Bruce Robert Schnell was born in 1937 in Maymont, Saskatchewan, in 1937. A 1960 University of Saskatchewan pharmacy graduate, he later earned a MBA degree at the University of Toronto and a PhD from the University of Wisconsin. He joined the faculty of the College of Pharmacy in 1966, became dean in 1976, and vice-president (academic) of the University in 1982. He was responsible for the establishment of the Master Teacher Award program and was intimately involved in the academic reorganization resulting in the creation of the current College of Pharmacy and Nutrition. Named professor emeritus in 1994, he subsequently served as the first executive director of The Canadian Council for Accreditation of Pharmacy Programs and developed the first accreditation standards for academic pharmacy in Canada. He is a Fellow of the Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists. Dr. Schnell directed two national research projects that significantly influenced hospital pharmacy standards and practice in Canada and abroad -- the Study of the Unit-Dose System of Drug Distribution in Canada and the Development of a Canadian Hospital Pharmacy Workload Measurement System. He was a member of the Medical Research Council of Canada, associate editor of the Canadian Journal of Hospital Pharmacy and, for 28 years, chaired the editorial advisory panel of the Canadian Compendium of Pharmaceuticals and Specialties (CPS), the primary source of pharmaceutical product information for health professionals in Canada. He was chair of the Formulary Committee of the Saskatchewan Prescription Drug Plan for 17 years. In 2014 Dr. Schnell authored Pharmacy: An Art, a Science, a Profession - Reflections on 100 Years of Pharmacy Education in Saskatchewan. He was awarded an Honourary Doctor of Laws degree by the U of S in 2015.

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